NORTHOP HALL are on a roll at the moment and they will be looking to keep that going during a Liverpool Competition away day tomorrow.

Hall head too Parkfield Liscard in Division Two, on the back of a six-wicket triumph over Norley Hall.

Northop Hall skipper Ben Slater said: “The bowling’s been exceptionally good and then the batting was sort of exactly what we needed.

“It was just the weather coming in on Saturday. It probably must have been 10-15 minutes after we came off.”

Hall are fifth in Division Two and tomorrow marks the midway point of the campaign.

“I would say we’re on a roll now,” added Slater.

“We have won five out of six league fixtures. We’re on a bit of a run now.

“We’ve lost a couple of players due to work commitments, but the other eight of the squad are still there.”

This will allow some players who have impressed for the second XI to step up for tomorrow’s trip to Parkfield Liscard, who are in the bottom two.

“They’re second from bottom, but it seems in this league everyone is beating everyone,” added Slater.

“Obviously, we want to carry on with our run.”

Northop Hall Seconds will play host to Parkfield Liscard Seconds.

Chirk will be looking to bounce back from a defeat as they return to Shropshire League action tomorrow.

Luke Gardner’s side, who were beaten last time out in their meeting with Shifnal Seconds, will host Wellington Seconds in Division One action tomorrow.

In Division Seven, Chirk Seconds head to Lilleshall Thirds.